Expert Tips and Advice for Healthy Skin
There is no cure for psoriasis, but there are plenty of ways you can treat the disease and prevent further complications.
Keep your family safe this summer
Using the Xoft system offers innovative cancer therapy: quicker treatment with better results—and most importantly—less disruption to your busy life.
A cancer expert at Providence shares his tips for lowering your risk for skin cancer all year long — and especially this summer.
Providence Cancer Institute experts share their insights on recent advances in melanoma research and care, and tips on communicating with loved ones in a virtual symposium.
The sun’s warmth feels good, but its UV rays can cause sunburn or skin cancer. Learn how you can keep your family safe this summer.
Although skin protection is important year-round, the summer is a good time to review helpful tips and tricks to help keep your skin safe while you enjoy the outdoors.
Two new clinical trials available at Providence will evaluate whether a combination of medications are effective and safe therapies for people with metastatic melanoma and metastatic uveal melanoma.
Providence Cancer Institute to offer a new phase I/II study of a first-in-class photoimmunotherapy for solid tumors that overexpress the epidermal growth factor receptor protein.
Learn how Providence’s partnership with City of Hope helped a patient reduce his commute and spend more time doing what he loves.
Dark circles under the eyes are more a nuisance than a health issue. Learn about the common causes for dark circles and the many ways to treat them.
Basal cell carcinoma most often appears in older adults. Learn about risk factors, skin exams and what to look for.
Melanoma rates are on the rise for women ages 18 to 39. Learn more about the signs, types, causes and prevention of this deadly skin cancer from Providence.
Learn the top 10 health tests seniors need to address issues before they become serious threats to enjoying an active and healthy life.
After you reach 40, it becomes more likely that the normal aging process will introduce new and perhaps surprising health concerns.
It's wise to mention to your health care provider the growth of skin tags.
Dermatologist Barbara Fox, MD, describes simple steps you can take to treat damaged, crepey skin.
Tips for teens struggling with acne, shared by dermatologist Dr. Barbara Fox.
Over the courses of their lives, women should seek regular health screenings to monitor changes in their bodies, both seen and unseen.
Pedicures can pose risks if the proper precautions aren't taken.
Proper care for minor cuts, wounds and scrapes reduces the risk of infection and helps minimize scarring. Treat them with these first-aid tips and make your own first-aid kit.
Fungi and bacteria lurk on your favorite workout machines and in common areas at the gym. Learn how to protect your skin against gym germs.
Cases of diseases transmitted by ticks and mosquitoes have grown rapidly over the last 13 years, which makes it more important to take steps to protect yourselves in the outdoors.
Understand what microneedling is, if it works and if it’s meant for you and your skin.
Summer bring increased exposure to the sun's ultraviolet rays, which can spur the development of melanoma or skin cancer. The good news is that skin cancer is very treatable when caught early.
With countless options available in-store and online, how do you know which serum, lotion, or potion will do the trick? The answer lies in knowing your skin type.
This beauty treatment can give you thick, long lashes, but can it also give you risks for eye problems?
Every summer, we flock outdoors, finding pleasure on the trails, in the water, on the roads or traveling. But each carries hazards you can guard against.
Protecting your skin from sun damage is a year-round job
Properly caring for wounds can minimize scarring